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March 30th, 2013, 05:20 AM   #1
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Cam Sprocket 01-501

Brought a new cam sprocket to replace my worn aluminum one, new one is steel + looks quite different.
Is this the correct part? can I fit it straight on?

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March 30th, 2013, 08:35 AM   #2
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

no
check in the owners doc
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

Camwheel
The '01s were made of alloy, and if made in aluminium it’s trash... Replace with the hard steel. '02's were fitted with either steel or aluminium, '03+ = steel. If changing to steel shorten the bolts or they go through the thinner camwheel and impact the head (44104)

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Is this what U mean? I can fit it but must shorten the bolts.
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

I thought there was something about needing to upgrade to the 04+ auto decomp sledge too....i dont remember, thought it was on taffmeisters.co.uk somewhere buti just did a quick search and couldnt find it, i was going to do the same mod but was confusedby what else was needed then low and behold my new cam came witha new alum sprocket so i decided to run it another round as my budget was getting way outta hand anyway.........maybe you could look more at taffmeisters site and find it, like i said i just did a really quick look as i gotta run, good luck!!! maybe it was just the bolt thing like ned said..........i cannt remember fully and havnt done it personally
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

Thanks for the replys so for, I am sure Taffy will be along shortly and point me in the correct direction
All other info welcome.
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

sorry, thot we covered that in the doc.
here's a thread with a bit more info: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=11401]
iirc, you need to machine about .060" from the cam shoulder (difference in the thickness of the cam wheels)
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

aaaah yes, right on ned!! the machining part.......I remember now thats why i didnt do it!!


I wonder, 0.060 or whatever is a pretty small amount, it would probably be easier and cheaper to machine that off the sprocket itself instead of the cam shoulder, although neither should be to expensive or time consuming for a good machinist, probably would be between $30-50$ tops to machine the cam, probably would be like 15$ to take it off the sprocket.........although i havnt done it to do the lining up so maybe it has to be taken off the cam......
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

Thanks for the replys, Still as clear as mud
Should I machine the Cam or the middle of the sprocket?

Can one still buy an Aluminum sprocket?

Why does a small job need to be so complicated
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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

Use the steel

Just compare the thikness of both sprockes

Check if the chain is aligned

Check if the ADC works and if it's in the right position, you could upgrade the ADC and the spring.

Nothing on the BERGS is complicated


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Re: Cam Sprocket 01-501

I would assume that either could be machined, the steel sprocket muust be wider than the other, so basically measure the steel ones thickness, then measure the alum ones thicknesss, figure out the difference between the two then machine it off of whereever possible, the steel one must be wider so that the chainwears funny or something do to it being misaligned from the width change....just checkt o make sure your decomp works right too before you drop it in for the last time
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